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APPLY ONLINE:
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking qualified applicants for the position of Deputy Sheriff Candidate.  We will be conducting a written examination on Saturday, May 16 and Saturday, June, 13, 2015 in the EOB cafeteria (101 Monroe St. Rockville, MD 20850)

Interested applicants should click on the following link to Montgomery County’s Recruitment website.

https://ex12.montgomerycountymd.gov/ojn1/ijn1/OA_HTML/RF.jsp?function_id=14296&resp_id=23350&resp_appl_id=800&security_group_id=0&lang_code=US&params=4IX8Una1xm3ZNgPO0T.1cT4Ebi7cOBWy2hKdnDimBcxtCZwVFHIki4HgJY9bIYJq9XcgJxZkzG4YQ4nP2Y4wmk4GJimo63d.bY8XI49k3S0&oas=jBRDi9bzo13C947t63KdDA..

Applicants will be notified of a test date and time via email prior to test date.  Walk-in applicants who meet the minimum qualifications are welcome to sit for the written examinations. However, they must also apply online to the Deputy Sheriff Requisition by the Wednesday after sitting for the examination to proceed further in the application process. Call 240-777-7108 for test times and details.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Employee will be responsible for performing regulatory and law enforcement work to protect the lives and property of County citizens. Duties will include maintaining custody and transporting of prisoners; maintaining peace and security of the courts; locate and arresting persons wanted in Montgomery County and fugitives from other states; extraditing wanted persons to Montgomery County and fugitives from other states; serving civil process; appearing in court to testify; carrying out court orders by collecting judgments or taking possession of property; conducting Sheriff’s sales; executing warrants of restitution by evicting tenants from property; serving emergency evaluation and domestic violence petitions; and handling civil disturbances and emergencies.

NOTE:
Employees work varying shifts (including split shifts) and may be called upon to remain in court for the duration of daily proceedings and therefore may have to work irregular hours. Deputies must also be available for periodic overnight trips in extradition cases and be able to travel by air, when necessary, to return inmates to and from other states. Employees will be covered by a collective bargaining unit.

“AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER”

The Sheriff's Office is first Sheriff's Office in the State of Maryland to be accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. The Sheriff's Office received its initial accreditation in November of 1995 and underwent successful on site re-evaluations in 2000, 2003, and 2006, 2009 and most recently in 2012. In order to receive and maintain accreditation, the Sheriff's Office has to demonstrate voluntarily that they meet over 4 6 0 professionally recognized standards for excellence in management and service delivery.